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Ultrasound Guided Regional Anaesthesia

Our Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anaesthesia course equips you with the theoretical and practical knowledge necessary to perform regional anaesthesia in your daily practice confidently. The introductory chapter provides a foundational understanding of the history of anesthesia and ultrasound-guided regional anaesthesia, focusing on its use in postoperative pain management. An entire chapter is dedicated to essential topics, such as machine settings, and anatomical variability. In addition, the course covers various cannula approaches, with in-depth coverage and live-scanning demonstrations of in-plane and out-of-plane techniques, alongside practical tips by experienced experts in the field. Participants will learn upper- and lower-extremity nerve blocks and the TAP-Block and get familiar with the most common local anesthetics. The course includes live scanning demonstrations on models, illustrations, real-life patient cases, and quiz questions to reinforce learning. Upon course completion, participants will have comprehensive knowledge to perform highly effective clinical nerve blocks.



25:41 Chapter 1

Overview of the history of ultrasound-guided regional anaesthesia, its indications, possible complications, and benefits of the technique

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Imaging nerves

26:25 Chapter 2

This chapter is about the appearance of nerves on ultrasound and the distinction between nerves and other structures

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TAP block

09:55 Chapter 6

This chapter focuses on the TAP block in Ultrasound Guided Regional Anaesthesia

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Local anaesthetics

08:14 Chapter 7

This chapter provides an overview of the different local anaesthetics used in regional anaesthesia

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